Wolves fans react to their promotion to the Premier League

Wolves fans react to their promotion to the Premier League

Wolves fans react to their promotion to the Premier League

Wolverhampton Wanderers earned promotion to the Premier League earlier than they kicked a ball this weekend after Fulham drew 1-1 at home to Brentford on Saturday.

The leaders have taken the division by storm this season although their success is not without controversy following their tie-up with Portuguese super-agent Jorge Mendes.

They were among the favourites to achieve promotion in 2018 having spent heavily, including signing Porto's Ruben Neves for £15.8 million.

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However, Wolves' big spending has provoked complaints for other sides in the league.

Wolves plummeted to League One a year after their relegation from the Premier League but bounced back to the Championship after one season.

Wolves who have occupied top spot in the Championship since October, will host Birmingham City on Sunday.

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It seemed like Fulham had performed sufficient after they went forward via Aleksandar Mitrovic however Brentford pushed and pushed and levelled within the 94th minute via Neal Maupay - a lot to the disbelief of the house followers.

Aston Villa's 1-0 win over Leeds on Friday also kept them in the battle for automatic promotion, three points behind Fulham.

That win moved second bottom Burton to within five points off safety.

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